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Annual Reports 



TOWN OF OSSIPEE 



New Hampshire 



1961 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Town Officers 

OSSIPEE 

New Hampshire 



For the fiscal year ending 
Vital Statistics For 1961 



December 31, 1961 





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INDEX 




Town Officers 


3-4 


Town Warrant 


5-7 


Budget 


8-10 


Inventory 


11-12 


Comparative Statement of Appropriations 
and Expenditures 


13-14 


Financial Report 


15-20 


Schedule of Town Property- 


20 


Statement of Estimated and Actual Revenues 


21-24 


Town Clerk's Report 


25 


Tax Collector's Report 


26-28 


Report of Treasurer 


29-31 


Selectmen's Report 


32-42 


Public Library 


43 


Report of Trust Funds 


44-46 


Municipal Court 


47-48 


Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 


49-55 


West Ossipee Fire Precinct 


56-58 


Ossipee Corner Precinct 


59-61 


Fire Warden's Report 


62-63 


Nurse's Report 


64-65 


School District Officers 


66 


School District Report 


67-71 


Superintendent's Report 


72-76 


School Financial Report 


77-88 


Community House Account 


89 


School Calendar 


90 


Vital Statistics 


91-95 



TOWN OFFICERS 1961-62 

Selectmen 

HAROLD C. NEAL G. DOUGLAS McFARLANE 

ROLLAND W. LORD 

Moderator 
R. GRANT KRAMER 

Town Treasurer 

VIOLET B. SAWYER 

Town Clerk 

AUSTIN ELDRIDGE 

Road Agent 

RODNEY WHITE 

Constables 

RALPH DUBE HAROLD BROCK 

GEORGE CAMPBELL 

Library Trustees 

PRESTON B. SMART PARKER M. MERROW 

Cemetery Trustees 

BERYL M. KRAMER GEORGE CAMPBELL 

Tax Collector 

GEORGE L. CAMPBELL 

Board of Health 

DR. F. J. C. DUBE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Librarian 

BEATRICE SMART 



Town Council 
PRESTON B. SMART 

Municipal Court Justice 

PARKER M. MERROW 

Associate Justice 

EDWARD C. SMART 

Nurse 

MRS. GERTRUDE DALE 

Fire Warden 

HARRY WORMSTEAD 

Supervisors of Check List 

EDWARD C. SMART KENWOOD WHITE 

CHESTER LORING 

Auditors 

JOHN M. WOOD HARVEY EMERSON 

Representative to General Court 

MARCUS DIFFENDERFER 

School District Officers 

HARRY W. MAY, JR. RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 

PAULINE REISSFELDER 

School Clerk 

AUSTIN ELDRIDGE 

Superintendent 

ALFRED THOMAS 

Holder of Post Cane 

FRANK S. POLLOCK 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 5 

TOWN WARRANT 

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified 
to vote in town affairs. 

You are hereby notified to meet at the auditorium 
of the Ossipee Central School in Center Ossipee in 
said town on the Second Tuesday of March, next, at 
ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day to act upon the 
following articles: The Polls to remain open until five 
o'clock in the afternoon of said day: 

Article 1. To see if the town will vote to author- 
ize the Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of 
taxes. 

Article 2. To see if the town will vote to raise 
and appropriate for the ensuing year the following 
sums of money for the following purposes: 

1. For town officers salaries $3450 00 

2. For town officers expenses 3000 00 

3. For election and registration expenses 900 00 

4. For Municipal Court expenses 

5. For town building expenses 

6. For Police department 

7. For fires 

8. For insurance 

9. For health department, including 
Hospitals 

10. For Vital Statistics 

11. For Town dump and garbage removal 600 00 

12. For Summer highways 15,200 00 



750 


00 


800 


00 


300 


00 


500 


00 


1100 


00 


2000 


00 


50 


00 



6 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

13. For Winter highways 25,000 00 

14. For street lighting 180 00 

15. For general expenses of Highway 
Department 1000 00 

16. For Town Road Aid (to receive from 
the State, 8041.24) 

17. For Town Needy 

18. For Library Maintenance 

19. For Old Age Assistance 

20. For Memorial Day 

21. For Damages and legal expenses 
including dog damage 

22. For Social Security 

23. For interest on Temporary loans 

24. For interest on long term loans 

25. For Bridges and Culverts 

26. For Cemeteries 

27. For payment on long term notes 

28. For Lakes Region association 

29. For Town Bathing Beach 

Article 3. To see if the town will vote to recind 
the vote adopting the Municipal Budget act and to do 
away with the Budget Committee. (Inserted on peti- 
tion) . 

Article 4. To see if the town will vote to alter 
the hours during which the Polls shall remain open. 

Article 5. To choose a Selectman for three years, 



1206 


19 


2000 


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2000 


00 


8500 


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50 


00 


200 


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600 


00 


700 


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1425 


00 


2500 


00 


300 


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5500 


00 


376 


23 


600 


00 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 7 

Town Clerk, Treasurer, Tax Collector, Auditors, Library 
Trustee, Cemetery Trustee, and all other officers and 
agents required by law to be elected at the annual 
town meeting. 

Article 6. To transact any other business that 
may legally come before said meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this 20th day of 
February, 1962. 

HAROLD C. NEAL 
DOUGLAS McFARLANE 
ROLLAND W. LORD 
Selectmen 
A true copy of Warrant. Attest: 

HAROLD C. NEAL 
DOUGLAS McFARLANE 
ROLLAND W. LORD 
Selectmen 



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1961 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



1961 



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF OSSIPEE 



Estimates of Revenue and Expenditures for the Ensuing Year 
January 1, 1962 to December 31, 1962, Compared with Esti- 
mated and Actual Revenue, Appropriations and Expenditures 
of the Previous Year January 1, 1961 to December 31, 1961 





Estimated 


Actual 


Estimated 




Revenue 


Revenue 


Revenue 


SOURCES OF REVENUE 


Previous 


Previous 


Ensuing 




Year 


Year 


Year 




1961 


1961 


1962 


From State: 









Interest and Dividends Tax $4500 00 
Railroad Tax 400 00 

Savings Bank Tax 180 00 

Reimbursement a/c State and 

Federal forest lands 
Reimbursement a/c Flood Control 

Land— Duncan Fund 500 00 

From Local Sources Except Taxes: 

Dog Licenses 300 00 

Business Licenses, Permits 

and Filing Fees 30 00 

Fines and Forfeits, Municipal 

Court 1500 00 

Rent of Town Hall and Other 

Buildings 
Interest Received on Taxes 

and Deposits 
Income of Departments: 

Highway, including rental 

of equipment 100 00 

Reimbursement Town Poor 100 00 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 9000 00 
Additional Taxes 
Sale of Town Property 



$5494 09 $5000 00 
425 12 400 00 
239 16 200 00 



14 49 




440 44 


400 00 


393 00 


400 00 


159 00 


200 00 


5515 80 


2000 00 



100 00 
150 00 296 85 



9568 20 

581 77 

97 45 



250 00 



105 75 100 00 



9000 00 



From Local Taxes Other Than 
Property Taxes: 

Poll Taxes— Regular at $2 900 00 994 00 900 00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 150 00 159 50 150 00 

Yield Taxes 1000 00 1017 85 800 00 

Total Revenues from all Sources 

Except Property Taxes $18810 00 $25602 47 $19800 00 



Amt. to be Raised by Prop. Taxes 
TOTAL REVENUES 



60887 42 
$80687 42 



1961 



ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



Approp. 

PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES Previous 

Year 
1961 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Government: 

Town Officers' Salaries $3000 00 

Town Officers' Expenses 3000 00 

Election and Registration Exp. 400 00 
Municipal Court Expenses 750 00 

Expenses Town Hall and Other 



Actual Approp. 
Exp'ditures Recom'd 
Previous by Budget 
Year Committee 
1961 1962 



$3304 85 $3450 00 

3963 20 3000 00 

448 90 900 00 

2865 50 750 00 



Town Buildings 
Employees' Retirement and 
Social Security 


800 00 
500 00 


815 93 
579 22 


800 00 
600 00 


Protection of Persons and Property: 

Police Department 300 00 
Fire Department 500 00 
Insurance 1000 00 
Damages and Legal Expenses 200 00 


121 00 
1003 81 
1063 02 

100 00 


300 00 

500 00 

1100 00 

200 00 


Health: 








Health Department, Including 

Hospitals 
Vital Statistics 
Town Dump and Garbage 

Removal 


r 

* 2000 00 
50 00 

500 00 


1530 00 
41 50 

544 00 


2000 00 
50 00 

600 00 


Highways and Bridges: 

Town Maintenance — 

Summer 

Winter 
Street Lighting 
General Expenses of Highway 

Department 
Town Road Aid 


14700 00 

22000 00 

150 00 

1000 00 
1212 63 


16653 44 

26342 48 

169 99 

605 70 
1212 63 


15200 00 

25000 00 

180 00 

1000 00 
1206 19 


Libraries 


1800 00 


1800 00 


2000 00 


Public Welfare: 








Town Poor 

Old Age Assistance 


1500 00 
7000 00 


1841 30 
8176 43 


2000 00 
8500 00 



Patriotic Purposes: 

Memorial Day and Veterans' 
Associations 

Recreation: 

Parks and Playgrounds Incl. 
Band Concerts 



50 00 



52 20 



50 00 



600 00 



Public Service Enterprises: 








Cemeteries 


200 00 


258 10 


300 00 


(Advertising and Regional 








Associations 


363 41 


363 41 


376 23 



10 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — • 1961 



Interest: 



On Temporary Loans 
On Long Term Notes 


700 00 
700 00 


695 01 
519 65 


700 00 
1425 00 


Highways and Bridges: 

Town Construction 
Duncan Fund 


1500 00 


406 23 

246 30 


2500 00 


Payment an Principal of Debt: 

Long Term Notes 


4200 00 


4200 00 


5500 00 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$70076 04 $79923 80 $80787 42 



GORDON C. WENTWORTH 
RALPH P. DUBE 
WELD D. SCHOONMAKER 
R. GRANT KRAMER 
LOUIS T. LOVETT 
OLIN A. KNOX 
Budget Committee 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS 



1961 



11 



SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION 



Lands and Buildings 


$3,307,300 00 


Factory Buildings Including Land & 




Machinery 


53,450 00 


Electric Plants 


230,000 00 


Stock in Trade 


260,971 00 


Horses, Asses and Mules 


6 300 00 


Cows 49 7,350 00 


Oxen 


4 400 00 


Sheep and Goats 


5 62 00 


Fowls 150 25 00 


Gasoline Pumps and Tanks 


3,015 00 


Portable Mills, Well Drilling Machinery 


1,500 00 


Wood, Lumber, Logs, etc. (Not Stock 




in Trade) 


1,294 00 


Total Gross Valuation Before 




Exemptions Allowed 


$3,865,667 00 


Less: Veterans' Exemptions and 




Exemptions to Blind 


103,330 00 


Net Valuation on Which Tax Rate 




is Computed 


$3,762,337 00 


Electric and Gas Utility Comp 


)anies 


Public Service Co. $215,000 


00 


N. H. Electric Coop. Inc. 15,000 


00 


TOTAL 


$230,000 00 


Amount of property valuation 




exempted to veterans 


$102,330 00 


Amount of property valuation 




exempted to blind 


$1,000 00 


Number of inventories distributed 


1,470 


Number of inventories returned 


1,148 



12 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS -— 1961 

Number of veterans who received 

property exemption 127 

Number of veterans exempted from poll tax 139 

This is to certify that the information contained 
in this report was taken from official records and is 
complete to the best of our knowledge and belief. 

HAROLD C. NEAL 
D. McFARLANE 
HOLLAND W. LORD 

Selectmen of Ossipee 
Date August 21, 1961 



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1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 15 

FINANCIAL REPORT 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1961 
ASSETS 

Cash in hands of treasurer $69,824 10 

Capital Reserve Funds: 

(For the acquisition of equipment 
and new construction) 4,206 33 

Unredeemed taxes: 
Levy of 1961 
Levy of 1960 
Levy of 1959 

Uncollected Taxes: 
Levy of 1961 
Levy of 1960 
Levy of 1959 
Previous Years 
State Head Taxes — Levy of 1961 



3,177 


53 


918 


24 


595 


26 


1,155 


23 


168 


68 


16 


20 


331 


44 


640 


00 



Total Assets $81,033 01 

Excess of liabilities over assets (Net Debt) 1,758 94 



Grand Total $82,791 95 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts Ov^ed by the Town: 

Bills outstanding $367 53 

Due to State: 

State Head Taxes— 1961 1,670 00 

Yield Tax— Bond & Debt Retirement 230 69 

Due to School Districts : Balance 

of Appropriation 63,817 40 

Capital Reserve Funds: 4,206 33 



16 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 

Grader Note 3,300 00 

Flood Damage 9,200 00 



Grand Total $82,791 95 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 
From Local Taxes: 

Property Taxes — Current 

Year— 1961 $181,781 65 

Poll Taxes — Current Year — 

1961 994 00 

National Bank Stock Taxes — 



1961 


159 


50 






Yield Taxes 1961 


274 


31 






State Head Taxes @ $5— 










1961 


3,150 


00 






Total Current Year's Taxes 








collected and remitted 




$186,359 


46 


Property Taxes and Yield Taxes — 








Previous Years 






5,841 


02 


Poll Taxes — Previous Years 






176 


00 


State Head Taxes @ $5 — 










Previous Years 






610 


00 


Interest received on Taxes 






296 


85 


Penalties on State Head Taxes 






55 


00 


Tax sales redeemed 






1,246 


63 


From State: 










Interest and dividends tax 






5,494 


09 


Railroad Tax 






425 


12 


Savings Bank Tax and Building and 








Loan Association Tax 






239 


16 


Reimbursement a/c State and Federal 








forest lands 






14 


49 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 17 

Reimbursement a/c Flood Control 

Land — Duncan Fund 578 21 

Fighting forest fires 406 59 

Head Tax Overpayment 190 50 

Reimbursement a/c Old Age 

Assistance 540 00 

Rent of Town Equipment 105 75 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes : 

Dog Licenses 393 00 

Business licenses, permits and 

filing fees 159 00 

Fines and forfeits, municipal 

court 5,515 80 

Income from departments 884 75 

Motor vehicle permits 9,568 20 

Receipts Other than Current Revenue: 
Temporary loans in anticipation 

of taxes during year 40,000 00 

Refunds 249 94 

Sale of town property 97 45 



Total Receipts Other than 

Current Revenue $58,868 14 



Total Receipts from All Sources $259,447 01 

Cash on hand January 1, 1961 74,317 23 



Grand Total $333,764 24 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 

General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $3,304 85 

Town officers' expenses 3,963 20 

Election and registration 

expenses 448 90 



18 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

Municipal court expenses 2,865 50 

Expenses town hall and other 

town buildings 315 93 



$10,898 38 
Protection of Persons and Property: 

Police department 121 00 

Fire department, including forest 

fires 1,003 81 

Insurance 1,063 02 



$2,187 83 

Health : 

Health department, including 

hospitals 1,530 00 

Vital statistics 41 50 

Town dumps and garbage 

removal 544 00 



$2,115 50 



Highways and Bridges: 

Town Road Aid 1,212 63 

Town Maintenance 42,995 92 

Street lighting 169 99 

General Expenses of Highway 

Department 605 70 





$44,984 24 


Public Welfare: 




Old age assistance 


8,176 43 


Town poor 


1841 30 




$10,017 73 


Patriotic Purposes: 




Memorial Day and Veterans' 




Associations 


52 20 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 19 



Public Service Enterprises: 




Cemeteries, including hearse hire 


258 10 


Unclassified : 




Damages and legal expenses 


100 00 


Prior Years' Bills 


378 71 


Advertising and Regional 




Associations 


363 41 


Taxes bought by town 


3,177 53 


Discounts, Abatements and 




Refunds 


206 00 


Employees' Retirement and 




Social Security 


579 22 


Interest : 




Paid on long term notes 


1,214 66 


Outlay for New Construction, Equipment 




and Permanent Improvements: 




Highways and Bridges — Town 




construction 


406 23 


Duncan Fund 


246 30 


Indebtedness : 




Payments on temporary loans in 




anticipation of taxes 


40,000 00 


Payments on long term notes 


4,200 00 


Payments to Other Governmental 




Divisions : 




State Head Taxes paid State 




Treas. 


3,396 00 


Payment to State a/c Yield Tax 




Debt Retirement 


896 66 


Taxes paid to County 


13,741 90 


Payments to Precincts 


12,086 77 


Payments to School Districts 


111,000 00 


Total Payments to Other 




Governmental Divisions 


$264,307 37 


Less S. S. and W. H. Taxes 


367 53 



Total Payments for all Purposes $263,939 84 



20 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — • 1961 

Cash on hand December 31, 1961 69,824 40 
Grand Total $333,764 24 
SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings 

Furniture and Equipment $800 00 

Libraries, Lands and Buildings 18,000 00 

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 11,000 00 

Equipment 25,000 00 

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 500 00 

Schools, Lands and Buildings 50,000 00 

Town Forest 1,200 00 

Tax Title Property 1,600 00 



$108,100 00 



Certificate 



This is to certify that the information contained 
in this report was taken from official records and is 
complete to the best of our knowledge and belief. 

HAROLD NEAL 
DOUGLAS McFARLANE 
ROLLAND LORD 

Selectmen 
VIOLET SAWYER 

Treasurer 



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22 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

BUDGET SUMMARY 

Overdrafts of Appropriations $10350 86 
Unexpended Balances of 

Appropriations 3246 89 



Net Overdraft of Appropriations $7103 97 

Actual Revenues 24343 22 

Estimated Revenues 18438 25 



Net Revenue Surplus 5904 97 



Net Budget Deficit $1199 00 

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, EXPENDITURES AND 
PROOF OF BALANCE 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1961 
Balance $74317 23 

Receipts 259447 01 



$333764 24 
Payments 263939 84 



Balance Dec. 31, 1961 $69824 40 

Proof of Balance 

Balance in Wolfeboro Nat'l 

Bank $106346 28 

Less Outstanding Checks 48773 80 



$57572 48 
Deposit Not Credited 12251 92 



$69824 40 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



23 



BALANCE SHEET 



Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1961 



ASSETS 



Cash $69824 10 

Capital Reserve Fund — New 

Equipment and Construction 4206 33 

Unredeemed Taxes : 

Levy of 1961 3177 53 

Levy of 1960 918 24 

Levy of 1959 595 26 



ncollected Taxes: 




Levy of 1961 


$1155 23 


Levy of 1960 


168 68 


Levy of 1959 


16 20 


Levy of 1958 


312 66 


Levy of 1957 


18 78 



State Head Taxes — Levy of 1961 

Total Assets 
Net Debt 

Grand Total 



$4691 03 



$1671 55 
640 00 

$81,033 01 
1758 94 

$82791 95 



LIABILITIES 



Accounts Owed by Town — S.S. 

and W. H. Taxes 
Due State: 

State Head Taxes 



$367 53 



1670 00 



24 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

Yield Tax — Bond and Debt 

Retirement 230 69 







$1900 69 


Due School District 


63817 40 




Capital Reserve Fund 


4206 33 




Long Term Notes Outstanding: 






Flood Damage 


3300 00 




Grader 


9200 00 








$12500 00 


Total Liabilities 


$82791 95 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 25 
TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

Auto Permits (1032) $9568 18 

Dog Licenses (171) 393 00 



19961 18 



Paid to Treasurer 

Auto Permits (1032) $9568 18 

Dog Licenses (171) 393 00 



$9961 18 



AUSTIN ELDRIDGE 
Town Clerk 



26 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

SUMMARY OF TAXES PRIOR YEARS 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1961 



Uncollected Taxes January 1, 1961: 










Levies 


of 






1960 


1959 


1958 


1957 


Poll Taxes 


178 00 








Head Taxes 


785 00 








Yield Taxes 


5379 93 


507 22 


312 66 


18 78 


Added Taxes: 










Poll Taxes 


28 00 








Head Taxes 


45 00 








Yield Taxes 


138 75 










$6554 68 


$507 22 


$312 66 


$18 78 


Remittances to Treasurer: 








a/c Poll Taxes 


176 00 








a/c Head Taxes 


610 00 








a/c Yield Taxes 


5350 00 


491 02 






ADaiemenib . 
Poll Taxes 


30 00 








Head Taxes 


220 00 








Uncollected Taxes December 31, 


1961: 






Yield Taxes 


168 68 


16 20 


312 66 


18 78 



$6554 68 $507 22 $312 66 $18 78 
SUMMARY OF WARRANT — LEVY OF 1961 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1961 

Taxes Committed to Collector: 
Property Taxes 
Poll Taxes 
Head Taxes 
Yield Taxes 
National Bank Stock Taxes 



Added Taxes: 
Property Taxes 
Poll Taxes 
Head Taxes 



$182230 79 

1140 00 

37 20 

1248 54 

159 50 




$344 02 
26 00 
70 00 


188498 83 




$440 02 


$188938 85 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 27 



Remittances to Treasurer: 
a/c Property Taxes 
a/c Poll Taxes 
a/c Head Taxes 
a/c National Bank Stock Tax 
a/c Yield Taxes 



Abatements: 

Property Taxes 
Uncollected Taxes: 

Property Taxes 

Poll Taxes 

Head Taxes 

Yield Taxes 



$181781 65 




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3150 


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159 


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274 


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$186359 46 






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1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 29 

REPORT OF TREASURER 

To the Auditors and Selectmen of Ossipee, N. H. 

The following is a report of the receipts and ex- 
penditures of Violet B. Sawyer, Treasurer, from Jan- 
uary 1, 1961 to December 31, 1961. 

RECEIPTS 
January 1, 1961, Cash on Hand $74,317 23 

Received from: 

State of New Hampshire: 
1960 Reimbursement State 

Forest Reserve $29 13 

Refund-Overpayment Head Taxes 190 50 

Railroad Tax 425 12 

Interest & Dividends Tax 5,494 09 

Duncan Fund 578 21 

Savings Bank Tax 239 16 

Refund-Old Age Assistance 540 00 

Fire Bills 291 95 

Rental of Equipment 161 75 

Received from: 

Refund-Medical Care 75 00 

Ossipee Insurance Agency-Return 

Premium & Div. 134 93 

New England Metal Culvert Co.- 

Refund 6 21 

Refund-Town Forest 23 00 

Town of Effingham-Flags 10 80 

H. E. Wormstead-Rebate on 

fires 100 00 



30 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

Sale of Town Property 97 45 

Ossipee Municipal Court 5,515 80 

Tarring 695 00 

Licenses & Permits 134 00 

Plowing 140 75 
Rental of Town Equipment other 

than to State of N. H. 18 00 

Received from: 

Austin Eldridge, Town Clerk: 

1961 Auto Permits $9422 57 

1960 Auto Permits 145 63 

Dog Taxes 393 00 



$9,961 20 



Received from: 

George L. Campbell, Tax Collector: 
1961 Taxes $186,852 48 

Redeemed Taxes inc. interest & 

costs 1960 and prior 7,732 48 



$194,584 96 



Received from: 

Wolfeboro National Bank-Proceeds 

of Notes 40,000 00 



$259,447 01 
Total Receipts During Year $333,764 24 

Paid Selectmen's Orders Jan. 1, 1961 to 

Dec. 31, 1961 263,939 84 



December 31, 1961-Cash in Bank $69,824 40 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 31 

Money in Savings Account No. 11923 

Wolfeboro National Bank known as 

Hanson Fund (Plus Accrued Interest) $1922 57 

^ Respectfully submitted, 

VIOLET B. SAWYER 
Treasurer 



CERTIFICATE 



Ossipee, N. H., Feb. 6, 1962 

We the undersigned, Auditors of the Town of 
Ossipee, hereby certify that we have audited the ac- 
count of Violet B. Sawyer as Treasurer of said Town 
from January 1, 1961 to December 31, 1961 and have 
found it correct and proper vouchers for the same. 

JOHN M. WOOD 
HARVEY W. EMERSON 

Auditors 



32 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

TOWN OFFICERS SALARIES 



McFarlane, Douglas 


$500 00 


Eldridge, Austin 


667 00 


Wood, John 


50 00 


Emerson, Harvey 


50 00 


Campbell George 


737 85 


Lord, Rolland 


500 00 


Neal, Harold 


550 00 


Sawyer, Violet 


230 00 



TOWN OFFICERS EXPENSES 

Hunt, Herbert $400 00 

Northern Office Supply 124 30 

McFarlane, Douglas 101 89 

Ass'n. N. H. Assessors 3 00 

Hill, John K. 5 00 

Brown & Saltmarsh 59 30 

Branhan Publishing Co. 7 45 

Edson Eastman Co. 54 65 

Pascoe, William 37 60 

Gray, Lee T. 71 78 

State Tax Comm. 17 00 

Pollock, Clayton 1 00 

Rogers, C. C. Inc. 7 88 

Brocky's Inc. 5 34 

Eldridge, Austin 27 54 

White, Estella 70 

Hardy, C. R., Treas. 3 00 

Treasurer, State of N. H. 6 00 

Neal, Harold 161 71 

Lord, Rolland 170 71 

Pine Products Co. 8 25 

N. H. Tax Coll. Ass^n. 3 00 



$3304 85 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 33 



Warren's Express 


3 26 


Postmaster, Ctr. Ossipee 


84 40 


Shore Walker Co. 


168 00 


McFarlane, Janet 


50 00 


Sargent Bros. i 


20 80 


Wiggin, Shirley 


60 00 


Moultons Store 


1 47 


Campbell, Priscilla 


426 00 


Sawyer, Violet 


50 60 


Excelsior Stationery 


6 00 


Fridens Inc. 


55 00 


New Eng. Tel. & Tel. 


279 90 


Carroll County Independent 


899 67 


Campbell, George 


581 00 



$3963 20 



ELECTION AND REGISTRATION 



Campbell, George 


$14 00 


Center Ossipee Women's Club 


18 40 


Kramer, Grant 


20 00 


Eldridge, Austin 


10 00 


Conner, Carolyn 


10 00 


Loring, Ruth 


10 00 


Brooks, Marjorie 


10 00 


Currier, William 


10 00 


Berry, Ernest 


10 00 


Lord, Rolland 


10 00 


Neal, Harold 


10 00 


McFarlane, Douglas 


10 00 


White, Kenwood 


70 00 


Smart, Edward 


80 00 


Emack, Lester 


10 00 


Loring, Chester 


80 00 


Williams, Hope 


50 00 



34 1961 — ANNUAL REIORTS — 1961 



Ossipee School District 
Carroll County Independent 
Sawyer, Robert C. 



3 


00 


10 


00 


3 


50 



LONG TERM NOTES 

Wolfeboro Nat'l Bank, Grader 

Note $1700 00 

Wolfeboro Nat^l Bank, Flood 

Damage 2500 00 



MUNICIPAL COURT 



Merrow, Parker 


$2352 63 


Municipal Court of Ossipee 


105 78 


New Eng. Tel. & Tel. 


170 70 


Carroll County Ind. 


79 80 


Rogers, Chas. C. Inc. 


8 15 


Wigon, Jos. Inc. 


8 44 


Smart, Edward 


140 00 



$448 90 



$4200 00 



$2865 50 



TOWN HALL & OTHER BLDGS. 



New Eng. Tel. & Tel. 


$41 70 


Ossipee Oil Co. 


12 03 


Ossipee Water Co. 


20 52 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


29 63 


Public Service Co. 


97 70 


Kennard, Benjamin 


58 00 


Brocky's Inc. 


56 35 



$315 93 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 35 





POLICE 




Campbell, George 




35 50 


Wiggin, Shirley 




5 00 


Dube, Ralph 




27 00 


Loring, Chester 




38 50 


Emack, Lester 




15 00 



$121 00 



BRIDGES & CULVERTS 

New Eng. Metal Culvert Co. $310 70 

Loring, Chester 3 00 

Nelson, H. F. & Son 92 53 





$406 23 


PRECINCTS 




Ossipee Corner Precinct $3048 73 
Ctr. Ossipee Precinct 8013 04 
West Ossipee Precinct 1025 00 






$12086 77 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE 




Balance 1960 Approp. $71113 42 
Part of 1961 Approp. 39886 58 





$111000 00 

LEGAL EXPENSE 
Smart, Preston B. $100 00 

BONDED DEBT & RETIREMENT 
Treas. State of N. H. (2% Yield Tax) $896 66 



36 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

HEAD TAXES 

Levy of 1960 $628 50 

Levy of 1961 2767 50 





$3396 50 


COUNTY TAX 




Treasurer, County of Carroll 


$13741 90 


CEMETERIES 




Wilkins, Elmer $200 00 




Campbell, George L. 50 00 




Smart, Harry 8 10 





$258 10 

REGIONAL & ADVERTISING 
Treas. Lakes Region Ass'n. $363 41 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 
Campbell, George L. Collector $3177 53 

ABATEMENTS 

Campbell, George L. $17 43 

New Eng. Forest Industries 152 57 

Walker, W. J. 36 00 



$206 00 

SOCIAL SECURITY 
Treas. State of N. H. $579 22 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 37 



PRIOR YEARS BILLS 



Treas. State of N. H. $130 91 

Director Internal Revenue 247 80 



1 



$378 71 



INTEREST 



Long term interest-Grader note $374 65 

Long term interest-Flood damage 145 00 
Short term notes-Wolfeboro Nat'l 

Bank 695 01 



$1214 66 

DUNCAN FUND 
Harriman, Norris $246 30 



TEMPORARY LOANS 






Wolf eboro Nat'l Bank 




$40000 00 


DUMP APPROP. 






Loring, Chester 




$544 00 


TOWN ROAD AID 






Treas. State of N. H. 




$1212 63 


STREET LIGHTING 






Public Service Co. 




$169 99 


TOWN POOR 






Long, Fred W. $20 


50 




White, Estella 4 


50 




Currier, Roland 10 


00 




Wolfeboro Nat'l Bank 220 


00 




State of N. H. 58 


66 





38 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



Huggins Hospital 


167 27 


Davis, John E. 


36 00 


Dube, F. J. C. MD 


15 00 


Gregory, Harold, MD 


16 00 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


27 87 


Brown, T. H. Jr. 


3 50 


Federal Housing Adm. 


264 03 


Campbell, George 


108 60 


Moultons Store 


59 02 


Long, Fred W. 


39 70 


Carroll County Home 


47 61 


Carroll County Comm. 


119 04 


Wiggin, Margaret 


624 00 



$1841 30 



MEMORIAL DAY 

American Legion No. 8 $9 00 

Loring, Short & Harmon 43 20 



$52 20 
GENERAL EXPENSE OF HIGHWAY DEPT. 



Smith, R. H. 


$15 36 


Lewiston Welding Co. 


126 64 


Files & O'Keefe 


51 00 


Public Service Co. 


33 11 


Hazelton, R. C. & Co. 


41 78 


Brocky's Inc. 


7 86 


Chadwick-Bar Ross 


66 95 


Johnson, Otis Co. 


21 00 


Bailey Auto Supply 


63 86 


Ctr. Ossipee Garage 


8 75 


Rines Garage 


140 31 


Case, J. I. Co., Inc. 


29 08 



$605 70 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 39 

LIBRARY APPROPRIATION 

Preston Smart, Treas. $1800 00 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

Treas. State of N. H. $8176 43 

FIRES 

Ctr. Ossipee Dept. $336 00 

Wormstead, Harry, Warden 667 91 



$1003 81 



HEALTH AND HOSPITALS 

Davis, Marion $30 00 

Huggins Hospital 1500 00 



$1530 00 

INSURANCE 
Ossipee Insurance Agency $1063 02 

VITAL STATISTICS 
Eldridge, Austin $41 50 

SUMMARY OF SUMMER MAINTENANCE 

Abbott, Irving $811 95 

Ackerman, Richard 41 50 



40 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 19G1 



Barrett Division 


724 95 


Ames Mfg. 


3 00 


Brocky's Inc. 


11 13 


Case, J. I. & Co. 


60 26 


Chase, Edward 


53 00 


Curly's Auto Sales 


5 90 


Carroll County Tire Co., Inc. 


226 20 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


516 68 


Eldridge, Lewis 


724 45 


Fox, Arthur 


18 00 


Hitchcock, Newell 


208 50 


Loring, Milburn 


2041 60 


Loud, Perley 


39 00 


Labor, Dewey 


564 50 


Legendre, Emile 


25 00 


Merrimack Farmers Exchange 


4 86 


Nelson, H. F. & Sons 


94 99 


Sparks Construction 


1315 00 


State of New Hampshire 


86 10 


Sparks, B. G., Sr. 


21 20 


Templeton, Ralph 


4 00 


Trimount Bituminous 


1079 17 


Templeton, Arthur 


165 00 


Ward, James 


9 40 


Wilkins, Erlin 


199 00 


White, Harold 


1147 10 


White, Norman 


1500 10 


White, Chester 


1227 50 


White, Rodney 


3587 20 


Welch, Francis 


36 50 


Whiteface Potters 


10 00 


Wright, Arthur 


100 70 


Wilkins, Elmer 


20 00 




$16653 44 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 41 

SUMMARY OF WINTER MAINTENANCE 

Ackerman, Richard $209 30 

Abbott, Irving 51 50 

Bean, Chester 49 38 

Brocky's Inc. 24 46 

Chadvvick-Bar-Ross, Co. 54 02 

Bailey Auto Supply Co. 43 91 

Curlys Auto Sales 143 00 

Corey, E. & Co. 188 81 

Chemical Corp. 703 00 

Dube & Murphy, Inc. 732 45 

Eldridge, Lewis 589 91 

Faltin Express Co. 3 52 

Hitchcock, Newell 242 00 

Hazelton, R. C. & Co. 790 21 

Labor, Dewey 52 23 

Loring, Milbum 2257 23 

Loring, Chester 32 00 

Lewiston Welding Co. 43 85 

Legendre, Emile 50 00 

Mosleys Express 2 70 

Merrimack Farmers Exchange 3 78 

New England Canvas Co. 34 50 

Nelson, H. F. & Son 599 26 

Ryder, Linwood 5 75 

Sparks Construction 9725 50 

Chemical Corp. 1578 07 

Wilkins, Lloyd 245 56 

Welch, Allie 190 88 

White, Ervin 40 91 

Wilkins, Elmer 139 00 

White, Rodney 4203 90 

White, Harold 893 25 



42 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



White, Norman 
White, Chester 
Wilkins, Erlin 
Sparks, B. G., Sr. 



1449 


02 




859 


50 




81 


00 




291 


00 








$26342 48 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 43 

OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

ACCOUNT FOR 1961 

RECEIPTS 



Cash on hand, January 1, 1961 


$170 71 


Appropriation 


1800 00 


Gifts 


200 00 


Proceeds from Insurance 


320 00 


PAYMENTS 




Books and magazines 


$278 20 


Utilities 


79 12 


Fuel 


403 69 


Maintenance 


186 59 


Repairs 


619 49 


Librarian, Salary and expenses 


544 95 


Insurance 


130 94 


Painting hung in library (from gift) 66 95 


Bank service charge 


1 65 


Cash on hand, December 31, 1961 


179 13 



$2490 71 



$2490 71 

In the summer of 1961 the library suffered dam- 
age from wind storm to the front roof, and water dam- 
age on the inside of the building. A new roof was 
required on the front side of the building, costing 
$235.00, and repairing plaster and paint cost $290.00. 
Proceeds from insurance were $320.00. 

For 1962 the back roof should be replaced and 
caps placed over the chimneys to protect the inside 
of the building. 

Gifts have allowed the purchase of an oil painting, 
and have offset part of the costs of repairs. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PRESTON B. SMART 

Treasurer 



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1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 47 

MUNICIPAL COURT OF OSSIPEE 

To the Selectmen of the Town of Ossipee : 

I submit the following report of the Ossipee Muni- 
cipal Court for the year ending" Dec. 31, 1961 : 

Cash receipts for year, 1961 $15170 18 

Received for certified copies & writs 3 73 

Partially paid cases 543 30 

Restitution 125 25 

Reimbursement for town for 1960 

supplies 105 78 



$15948 24 



Less cash disbursements for year : 
Cash disbursements $15170 18 
Supplies for 1961 151 66 

Bank charge & postage 6 71 



15328 55 

$619 69 



Cash on Hand $ 14 76 

Check book balance 604 93 



$619 69 

Payments of the 1961 accounts 
were divided as follows: 

Town of Ossipee $5193 39 

Motor Vehicle Dept. 7002 00 

Fish & Game Dept. 1579 50 

Public Utilities Commission 445 50 

Carroll County Treasurer 13 50 

Small Claim & Misc. 936 29 

With the steadily improving roads and the in- 



48 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

crease in traffic in all seasons, the case load of the 
Court increases year by year. Water traffic cases, with 
the great increase in boating, now take on substantial 
volume. 

Betters roads are not an unmixed blessing, for 
they enable out-of-state characters to move in and 
out of the area very quickly, as evidenced by the type 
of breaking and entering cases handled by our law 
enforcement officers. 

My sincere thanks go to the Associate Justice, 
The Hon. Edward C. Smart, to the Clerk, June Loud, 
and to the many officers in all branches of law en- 
forcement, for their conscientious work. Conducting a 
Municipal Court is most certainly not being a candi- 
date in a popularity contest, but we feel that the great 
majority of respondents have departed feeling that 
they were fairly dealt with. 

PARKER M. MERROW 
Justice 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 49 

FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1961 

ASSETS 

Cash on hand $1303 33 

Capital Reserve Funds $896 50 



Total Assets 


$2199 83 


Grand Total 


$2199 83 


LIABILITIES 


/ 


Bills owed by Precinct 




Ossipee Water Co. 


$561 96 


Public Service Co. of N. H. 


212 62 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


42 08 


Capital Reserve Funds 


1383 17 


Total Liabilities 


$2199 83 



Grand Total $2199 83 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 

From Taxes $8013 04 

Other: 

Outside fires 245 00 

Rent 20 00 

Sale of siren 50 00 

Misc. 3 60 



50 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

Receipts other than Current Revenue: 

Notes issued during year 5000 00 

Withdrawals from Capital Reserve Funds 375 00 



Total Receipts from All Sources $13706 64 

Cash on hand at beginning of year 972 46 



Grand Total $14679 10 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 

Street lights $2542 96 

Hydrants 1939 92 

Precinct Expenses 1839 78 

Fire Dept. Expenses 876 11 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses: $7198 77 

Interest Paid: 100 uO 

Outlay, New Construction & Equip.: 

Hose 702 00 

Truck 375 00 



Total Outlay Payments $1077 on 

Indebtedness 

Payment on Notes $5000 00 

Payment to Capital Reserve 

Funds 486 67 



Total Indebtedness Payments $5486 67 



Total Payments for All Purposes $13862 44 

Cash on hand at end of year 816 66 



Grand Total $14679 10 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



51 



SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 



Land and Building 




$5000 00 


1 Siren 




900 00 


5 Ladders 




40 00 


1 International fire truck 




300 00 


2 Ice chisels - 5 nozzles 




30 00 


12 Rubber coats 




199 00 


1300 ft. 11/2" double jacket hose 




1312 00 


1600 ft. 21/2" double jacket hose 




2340 00 


5 Fire extinguishers 




75 00 


24 No. soda 




1 25 


2 Reg. Wing couplings 




6 00 


2 Underwriter's Spray pipes 




25 92 


2 Axes 




11 32 


2 Crowbars 




2 00 


4 Shovels 




6 00 


Spanners 




6 00 


4 Hydrant wrenches 




5 00 


2 Fry Freeze extinguishers 




18 00 


2 double female connections 




8 00 


2 double male connections 




7 00 


1 Plaster hook 




5 00 


1-1 1/2 " male and female coupling 




17 75 


1 Air compressor 




35 00 


1 oil-fired furnace complete 




1500 00 


1 Chevrolet fire truck 




3000 00 


2-21/2" nozzles 




130 00 


3-II/9" fog nozzle 




90 00 


Drench 




19 00 


1-Ansul foam extinguisher & shutoff nozzle 


100 00 


1-Dry chemical extinguisher & refills 


85 00 


4-II/2" Elkhart fog nozzles 




180 00 


1-Ansul No. 20 hand extinguisher, 


complete 


74 45 


1-Ansul No. 4 hand extinguisher, 1 


complete 


30 95 


1-21/2" Y 




35 00 



52 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

1-21/2^^ water theift 75 00 

4-hand lights 75 00 

1-4" box strainer 53 00 

I-2V2'' box strainer 15 00 

2-electric truck sirens 95 00 

2-21/2 gal. foam extinguishers 60 00 

3-Indian pack pumps and racks 93 80 

l-E&J resuscitator 700 00 

1-Chief's siren 62 50 

1-aluminum ladder 110 00^ 

2-Scott Air-Paks 527 60 

1-Sump pump and hose 52 80 

1 tank 30 00 

1-1950 Chevrolet water tank 1000 00 

1-chimney fire extinguisher 36 95 

1-portable pump 350 00 

1-1947 Chevrolet truck No. 1 1000 00 



CERTIFICATE 



This is to certify that the information contained 
in this report was taken from official records and is 
complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and 
belief. 

(MRS.) ERMA M. G. EMACK 
Jan. 29, 1962 Treasurer 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



53 



BUDGET OF THE 



CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 



Estimates of Revenues and Expenditures for the Ensuing Year 
January 1, 1962 to December 31, 1962 Compared with Esti- 
mated and Actual Revenue, Appropriations and Expenditures 
of the Previous Year January 1, 1961 to December 31, 1961 



SOURCE OF REVENUE 



Fire Department 

Cash Surplus Capital Reserve 



$318 60 

486 67 



PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES 



Approp. 
Previous 
Year 

Fire Department 

Current Operating and 

Maintenance Expenses $2700 00 

New Construction and Equipment 750 00 



Actual 
Exp'ditures 
Previous 
Year 



$2816 09 
702 00 



Approp. 

Recom'd 
by Budget 
Committee 



$2850 00 
700 00 



Street Lighting 

Total Appropriations or Exp. 



4537 80 4482 88 4563 24 



$8000 97 $8113 24 



GORDON C. WENTWORTH 
RALPH P. DUBE 
OLIN A. KNOX 
R. GRANT KRAMER 
WELD D. SCHOONMAKER 
LOUIS T. LOVETT 
Budget Committee 



54 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

FINANCIAL REPORT 
OF THE OSSIPEE PRECINCT "A" 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1961 



ASSETS 




Cash on hand 
General fund 
Other 

Total Assets 


$21 58 

844 9; 

$866 49 


Grand Total 


$866 49 


LIABILITIES 




Excess of Assets Over Liabilities 


$866 49 


Grand Total 


$866 49 


RECEIPTS 




Interest Rec. 


$26 23 



Total Receipts from All Sources $26 23 

Cash on hand at beginning of year 898 01 



Grand Total $924 24 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 

Flushing System $57 00 



1961 — AUSra^UAL REPORTS — 1961 55 

Bank Charge 75 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses: $57 75 



Total Payments for All Purposes $57 75 

Cash on hand at end of year 866 49 



Grand Total $924 24 



Certificate 



This is to certify that the information contained 
in this report was taken from official records and is 
complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and 
belief. 

MRS. JUNE C. LOUD 
Treasurer 
January 4, 1962 



56 1961 — lANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1961 

ASSETS 
Cash on hand $549 04 



Total Assets $549 04 



Grand Total $549 04 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 

From Taxes— Town of Ossipee $1025 00 



Total Receipts from All Sources 




$1025 00 


Cash on hand at beginning of year 


— 


549 04 


Grand Total 


$1574 04 


PAYMENTS 






Current Maintenance Expenses: 






Bank service charge 1 


30 




Auto Liability Ins. 176 


00 




Accident Ins. 129 


00 




Fire House Ins. 16 


50 




Fuel Oil 146 


13 




Electricity 24 


05 




Gasoline 10 


60 




Truck Expense 128 


41 





1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 57 

Equipment Expense 112 00 

Center Ossipee Fire Dept. 90 00 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses: $833 99 



Total Payments for All Purposes $833 99 

Capital Keserve Fund 740 05 



Grand Total $1574 04 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Lands and Buildings: 1948 Chev. Truck equipped 
with 800 gal. tank and pump ; Ford Fire Truck equipped 
with portable pumper, booster tank, ladders and small 
misc. fire fighting equipment; chimney fuses, torch, 
foam charger, 2400 ft. II/2 in. hose, 2 No. 15 Co2 fire 
extinguishers and brackets, four flashlights, twenty- 
one shovels, ten knapsack pumps and nozzles, one red 
lamp. 

Furniture and Apparatus: One hydraulic jack, 
two No. 22-11 in. hydrant wrenches, twelve hose nozzles, 
six pails, one five gallon gasoline can, truck light, four 
expansion rings, 2 HF5H batteries, two puliski tools, 
four hazel hoes, two MSA gas masks, one 1% in. 2PT 
hose caps, one 214 in. NST hose caps, one space heater, 
two 18 ft. 2V2 in, suction hoses, one Mariow portable 
pump. 

Total Valuation $6144 71 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained 
in this report was taken from official records and is 
complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and 
belief. 

ROY W. DAVIS 
Dec. 31, 1961 Treasurer 



58 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

BUDGET OF THE 
WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 



Estimates of Revenues and Expenditures for the Ensuing Year 
January 1, 1962 to December 31, 1962 Compared with Esti- 
mated and Actual Revenue, Appropriations and Expenditures 
of the Previous Year January 1, 1961 to December 31, 1961 

PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES 







Actual 


Approp. 




Approp. 


Exp'ditures 


Recom'd 




Previous 


Previous 


by Budget 




Year 


Year 


Committee 


Fire Department 








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Maintenance Expenses 


$725 00 


$833 99 


$725 00 


New Construction and Equip- 








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300 00 




300 00 



Total Appropriations or Exp. $883 99 $1025 00 

GORDON C. WENTWORTH 
RALPH P. DUBE 
OLIN A. KNOX 
R. GRANT KRAMER 
WELD D. SCHOONMAKER 
LOUIS T. LOVETT 
Budget Committee 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 59 

FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT & POWER PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1961 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Funds 1648 31 

Total Assets $1648 31 

Grand Total $1648 31 

LIABILITIES 
Capital Reserve Funds 1648 31 

Total Liabilities $1648 31 

Grand Total $1648 31 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 

From Taxes $3048 73 



Total Receipts from All Sources 


$3048 73 


Grand Total 


$3048 73 


PAYMENTS 




Street Lights $1387 08 




Xmas Tree Lights 24 85 




Xmas Tree 1960 20 00 




Xmas Tree 1961 35 00 





60 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



Insurance : 




Fire, Theft & Liability 


247 43 


Maintenance and Supplies 


98 22 


Dump Maintenance 


315 00 


Rent 


250 00 


Bank Service Charge 


35 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses : $2377 93 

Indebtedness 

Payment to Capital Reserve 

Funds $670 80 



Total Indebtedness Payments $670 80 

Total Payments for All Purposes $3048 73 



Grand Total $3048 73 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Lands and Buildings: 

Precinct Dump $25 00 

Furniture and Apparatus: 

1-900 gal. Tank Truck & Pumper 

1-Ford Pumper & Hose Truck 

1-Portable Pump & Hose 

1-Fire Alarm Siren 

Nozzles, Adapters, Pack Pumps 
Hose & Extinguishers 

Total Valuation $1983 61 



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121 


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85 


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81 


734 


91 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained 
in this report was taken from official records and is 
complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and 
belief. 

JOHN M. WOOD 
Jan. 30, 1962 Treasurer 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



61 



BUDGET OF THE 



OSSIPEE CORNER FIRE PRECINCT 



Estimates of Revenues and Expenditures for the Ensuing Year 
January 1, 1962 to December 31, 1962 Compared with Esti- 
mated and Actual Revenue, Appropriations and Expenditures 
of the Previous Year January 1, 1961 to December 31, 1961 

SOURCES OF REVENUE 



Cash Surplus Reserves for new 
Fire Truck 



$498 73 



PURPOSE OF EXPENDITURES 



Fire Department 

Current Operating and 

Maintenance Expenses 
New Construction and Equip- 
ment 
Street Lighting 
Other: Dump 



Actual Approp. 

Approp. Bxp'ditures Recom'd 
Previous Previous by Budget 
Year Year Committee 



$800 00 $596 00 $600 00 



400 00 

1400 00 

350 00 



Total Appropriations or Exp. 
Amount to be raised by Precinct Taxes 



1466 93 
315 00 

$2377 93 



400 00 

1500 00 

350 00 

$2850 00 
$2850 00 



GORDON C. WENTWORTH 
RALPH P. DUBE 
OLIN A. KNOX 
R. GRIANT KRAMER 
WELD D. SCHOONMAKER 
LOUIS T. LOVETT 
Budget Committee 



62 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

FOREST FIRE WARDEN'S REPORT 

AN APPEAL FROM YOUR FOREST FIRE WARDEN 

In these days of constantly rising taxes and wages, 
any unnecessary expense is an added burden on every- 
one's pocketbook — yours and mine. Forest fires cost 
money and damage our valuable woodlands. Lightning 
sets some forest fires, but we have no control of light- 
ning. Children cause many fires. Ninety-eight percent 
of our forest fires result from human carelessness — 
our carelessness. This, we — ^you — and I can do some- 
thing about. 

When we require you to obtain a permit for out- 
of-doors burning or forbid you to burn on days of high 
fire danger or set up regulations — hours, etc., govern- 
ing the use of the town dump we are simply protecting 
yours and the town's interests. 

The ever present threat of forest fires is the con- 
cern of all of us; the responsibility for preventing 
them is ours and the costs of extinguishing are ours. 
We can do something about this problem, by being 
aware of and alert to the danger and by cooperating 
with your warden. 

Do the things that are required of you — 

1. Follow the warden's directions. 

2. Secure the required burning permit. 

3. Keep your fires under control. 

4. Completely extinguish your fires before leav- 
ing them. 

5. See that your children are properly cautioned. 

Everyone will benefit by it. 



1961 — lANNUiAL REPORTS — 1961 63 

1961 Fire Record 

Number of permits issued: 115 

Number of fires: 2 

Number of acres burned: ll^ 

District Fire Chief: Hubert C. Hartwell 

HARRY WORMSTEAD 

Forest Fire Warden 



64 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAM 



September 1960 — June 1961 


Pupils examined by physician 


52 


Physical inspections 


204 


Pupils weighed and measured 


589 


Classroom inspections 


728 


Individual Attention 


75 


Vaccination inspections 


34 


Hearing tests 


208 


Vision tests 


208 


Home visits and/or phone calls 


47 


Tuberculin Patch Tests 


71 


Chest X-rays 


1 



A series of three Immunization Clinics organized 
by Mrs. Marion W. Davis, R. N. were held in October, 
November, and December of 1960, in cooperation with 
the Public Health Services and the school. 

Dr. Francis J, C. Dube was the attending Phy- 
sician. 

121 School children received Salk vaccine. 

19 School children received D. P. T. innoculations. 

Orthopedic Clinic: 

North Conway October, 1960 attended 1 

Laconia December, 1960 attended 1 

North Conway May, 1961 attended 4 

Communicable Disease: 

Chicken Pox 15 

Measles 2 

Scarlet fever 1 

Impetigo 8 

Pediculosis-nits 3 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 65 



Number of Pupils with Defects : Corrections 

Tonsils 12 8 

Vision 13 10 

Dental 1 113 63 

Hearing 3 
Nutrition 

Overweight 7 

Educational meetings & conferences 6 days - 3 evenings. 
Attended a 2 week Workshop in Keene, N. H. on Con- 
servation of Hearing. 

Once again I wish to thank the parents and guard- 
ians who have been so cooperative in the correction 
of defects found through screenings and examinations. 

My thanks also to the members of the School 
Board, Mr. Braiser, Mr. Thomas, the teachers, and to 
the custodians for their provisions and continued ef- 
forts toward the maintenance of a healthy school en- 
vironment. 

We must continue in our efforts to promote opti- 
mum health in the bodies and minds of our children 
that they may gain full benefit from the educational 
facilities provided for them. 

Sincerely, 

GERTRUDE R. DALE, R. N. 



66 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

OSSIPEE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

March 1, 1962 

OFFICERS 

Moderator 

GRANT KRAMER 

Clerk 

AUSTIN ELDRIDGE 

Nurse 

GERTRUDE DALE, R. N. 

Auditors 

JOHN M. WOOD HARVEY EMERSON 

School Board 

RALPH ELDRIDGE, Chairman Term Expires 1962 

HARRY MAY Term Expires 1963 

PAULINE REISSFELDER Term Expires 1964 

Superintendent of Schools 

ALFRED W. THOMAS 





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70 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHmE 

To the Inhabitants of the School district in the 
town of Ossipee qualified to vote in district affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Ossipee 
Central School in said district on the 31st day of March 
1962, at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon, to act upon the 
following subjects: 

1. To choose a Moderator for the coming year. 

2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose a Member of the School Board for 
the ensuing three years. 

4. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

5. To determine and appoint the salaries of the 
School Board and Truant Officer, and fix the compen- 
sation of any other officers or agent of the district. 

6. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Com- 
mittees, or Officers chosen, and pass any vote relating 
thereto. 

7. To choose Agents, Auditors and Committees 
in relation to any subject embraced in this warrant. 

8. To see what sum of money the district will 
raise and appropriate for the support of schools, for 
the salaries of school district officials and agents, and 
for the payment of statutory obligations of the dis- 
trict, and to authorize the application against said 
appropriation of such sums as are estimated to be 
received from the state foundation aid fund together 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 71 

with other income; the school board to certify to the 
selectmen the balance between the estimated revenue 
and the appropriation, which balance is to be raised 
by taxes by the town. 

9. To see if the district will vote to authorize 
the School Board to make application for and accept 
in the name of the school district for educational pur- 
poses such funds or grants-in-aid as may be obtain- 
able from the State or Federal Government or any 
department or agency thereof, or any other source. 

10. To transact any other business that may 
legally come before said meeting 

Given under our hands at said Ossipee this 24th 
day of Feb. 1962. 

RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
W. HARRY MAY 
PAULINE B. REISSFELDER 

School Board 
A true copy of Warrant — Attest : 

RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
W. HARRY MAY 
PAULINE B. REISSFELDER 

School Board 



72 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 
OF SCHOOLS 

To the School Board and Citizens of Ossipee: 

I submit my first report as Superintendent of 
Schools of Union No. 36. The following list indicates 
the administrative activities for the period from July 
1, 1961 to December 31, 1961 : 

Teacher visits 339 

Regular School Board Meetings 45 

Special School Board Meetings 26 

Speaking engagements 7 

P. T. A. Meetings 8 

Conventions & Conferences 5 

Teachers Meetings 7 

During the school year 1960-61 the teachers in 
the Ossipee Central School were: 

Principal Mr. Charles Pinkham, science & 

remedial reading 

Grade 8 Mr. Hugh O'Connor 

Grade 7 Mrs. Ruby Pearson 

Grade 6 Mrs. Edna Kennard 

Grade 5 Mrs. Beatrice Harmon 

Grade 4 Mrs. Lillian Godfrey 

Grade 3 Mrs. Florence Johnson 

Grade 2 Mrs. Lucinda Oilman 

Grade 1 Mrs. Alice Loud 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 73 

The school health services were under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Gertrude Dale, R. N., and she is continuing 
her efficient work in this position during the current 
year. Examination of those participating in the sports 
program is made by Dr. Francis J. C. Dube. 

The Ossipee School Lunch Program opened the 
first of October after a complete renovation of the 
lunch room and kitchen. Members of the Ossipee P. T. 
A. contributed their time and efforts, after hours, to 
accomplish the renovation. A sincere vote of thanks 
go to Messrs: Lawrence Kirkwood, Hayes Sawyer, Jr., 
Holland Lord, Thomas Jacobson, Raymond Brooks, 
Stanley Rines, Charles Pinkham, Richard Williams, 
Charles Webster, Ralph Eldridge and Ernest Berry. 
Willard Stockbridge and his crew painted the lunch- 
room free of charge, including paint. Ralph Eldridge 
and Ernest Berry painted the kitchen. Lunch tables 
were recovered with masonite tops. A new work table 
and more counter space were made for the kitchen. 
New equipment was also purchased for the kitchen — 
a ten-burner two oven Garland stove, a three-com- 
partment stainless steel sink and a milk cooler. 

The lunch program continues under the direction 
of Mrs. Hope Williams and her assistant, Mrs. Gladys 
Frost. 

The Whittier Lions Club gave a new eye-testing 
machine for use in the schools in this area for which 
we are very grateful and extend our sincere thanks. 

The music instruction is continuing under the 
able direction of Mrs. Dagny Blouin. 

The school library, under the supervision of Mrs. 
Ruby Pearson, has acquired more new books, thereby 
helping to build a good collection of reference books 
and children's literature. 



74 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

Guidance 

The objective of a guidance program cannot be 
satisfactorily achieved unless all teachers are con- 
scious of those objectives and strive toward that end. 
The role of the classroom teacher in the guidance 
program is an indispensable one. In every subject 
there are common and unique possibilities for con- 
tributing to the objectives of the guidance program. 
Guidance should be an outcome of all teaching activi- 
ties. 

Cumulative Records 

The guidance program is dependent upon an ade- 
quate knowledge of the individual. In our schools there 
is a Cumulative Record for each pupil. Guidance in- 
formation is entered under the following headings: 

1. Personal data 

2. Family and community background 

3. Scholastic record 

4. Health record 

5. Objective test results 

6. Character ratings 

7. School activities and interests 

8. Entrance and withdrawal record 

The objective is to construct a growing, perman- 
ent record of valid information which will accompany 
each child throughout his school life. 

The Cumulative Record kept up to date furnishes 
information which will be invaluable in making pupil 
adjustments. Principals and teachers find its greatest 
value in determining status and growth in the child's 
general and specific area development, in planning new 
programs and grade placement. 

The task facing the leaders of education is to so 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 75 

organize and administer our educational institutions 
that the best interest of every individual wll be served 
and that this process will, at the same time, contribute 
to the fundamental quality of our culture and add 
strength to our national character. We must make 
sure that the maximum cultivation of the individual's 
intellectual, moral, artistic, and spiritual capacity that 
makes of him a free person, yields also the protection 
and perpetuation of those institutions that are essen- 
tial to a free society. 

Like so many other departments of our society 
and culture, our educational establishment at many 
points is comfortable and soft. At times we have been 
far too willing to entertain and to tolerate when we 
should have disciplined, directed, and inspired — in- 
spired by great teaching, of the type that moves the 
mind to a love of knowledge and to an insatible demand 
to possess and to create it, directed by wisdom that 
grasps the proper ends of learning; and disciplined by 
that internal discipline whereby a moral person orders 
his life, determines the means appropriate to his ends, 
and achieves a proper integration of his intellect and 
affections. 

The schools of Ossipee are an investment in people 
and represent a significant part of our vast heritage 
which we Americans enjoy. One of the fundamental 
and most vital parts of our governmental structure 
is the guarantee of free, public and universal education 
locally administered. It is my sincere hope that the 
citizens of Ossipee will continue their support of this 
created obligation. 

Realizing the many challenges with which the 
American people are faced today, I would like to urge 
the citizens of Ossipee to keep working hard to im- 



76 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

prove their school system, because I think that we 
all must realize more than ever before that the founda- 
tion of our democratic society is built upon the educa- 
tion of its children. 

I feel that the year which has elapsed has been 
one of progress. Whatever gains have been made have 
been the result of the cooperation of members of the 
School Board, school personnel and parents. For this 
cooperation I wish to express sincere acknowledgement. 

Respectfully submitted 
ALFRED W. THOMAS 
Superintendent of Schools 
January 22, 1962 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 77 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

1960-1961 

RECEIPTS 

Federal Aid 

School Lunch and Milk $1,192 05 



$1,192 05 
Local Taxation $91,000 00 



$91,000 00 
Other Sources $1,000 00 

Other 734 00 



$1,734 00 
Total Net Receipts from all sources $93,926 05 

Cash on Hand July 1, 1960 11,421 18 



GRAND TOTAL NET RECEIPTS $105,347 23 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES 

1960-61 

ADMINISTRATION 

Salaries of District Officers 

Ralph Eldridge $291 00 

W. Harry May 291 00 

Pauline Reissfelder 260 00 

Gordon Wentworth, Auditor 10 00 

John M. Wood 10 00 

Violet Sawyer, Treasurer 97 00 



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50 



78 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



Violet Loring, Ballot Clerk 
Mary Loring, Ballot Clerk 
Carolyn Conner, Ballot Clerk 
William Currier, Ballot Clerk 
Marjorie Brooks, Ballot Clerk 
Grant Kramer, Moderator 
Austin Eldridge, District Clerk 
Treas. State of N. H. S/S tax 



$1,038 50 

Superintendent's Salary 1,250 33 

Tax for State Wide Supervision 

Treas. State of N. H. — per capita tax 51'6 00 

Salaries of Other Administrative Personnel 

Pauline Reissfelder, Clerk and Census 150 00 

Supplies and Expenses 

Supervisory Union Expenses |1,347 00 
Superintendent's Travel 309 36 

New England Tel and Tel 181 25 

Music Supervisor Fund 1,469 05 

J. L. Hammett 13 14 

Envelopes 18 00 

N. H. School Board Association 10 00 
David Appleton 16 00 

Carroll County Independent 57 90 

Grant Kramer, Special Meeting 20 00 
George Campbell, Special Meeting 34 00 
Austin Eldridge Special Meeting 10 00 
Mary Loring Special Meeting 5 00 

Violet Loring Special Meeting 5 00 

Carolyn Conner Special Meeting 5 00 
Lucinda Brown Special Meeting 5 00 
William Currier Special Meeting 5 00 
Bank charge 55 

$3,511 25 



1961 — lANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 79 



INSTRUCTION 






Teachers' Salaries 








Warren Anthony, Jr. 


$ 540 


72 




Florence Johnson 


3,000 


42 




Lucinda Oilman 


2,767 


69 




Lillian Godfrey 


2,908 


13 




Beatrice Harmon 


2,718 


28 




Edna Kennard 


2,929 


80 




Alice Loud 


2,970 


60 




Hug^h O'Connor 


2,314 


76 




Ruby Pearson 


3,121 


16 




Charles Pinkham 


3,388 


48 




N. H. Teachers Retirement 


1,238 


14 




Treas. State of N. H. S/S tax 


1,063 


74 




Director Internal Revenue 








W/H tax 


4,879 


60 




Blue Cross 


392 


62 




N. H. Education Ass'n. dues 


56 


00 




National Education Ass'n. dues 


70 


00 




Chocorua Teachers Club dues 


14 


00 




Leda Knapp, substitute 


342 


00 




Ruth Loring, substitute 


216 


00 








$34,932 


14 


Books and Other Instructional Aids 






Leonard Morrison 


$ 13 


50 




The L. W. Singer Co. 


29 


89 




Ginn & Co. 


119 


06 




D. C. Heath Co. 


173 


94 




Doubleday & Co. 


222 


79 




Houghton Mifflin 


57 


27 




American Book Co. 


18 


95 




Harcourt Brace & World Co. 


41 


99 




MacMillan Co. 


69 


03 




Silver Burdett 


126 


40 





80 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



Encyclopedia Britanica 
Row, Peterson Co. 
Equity Publishing Co. 



Scholars' Supplies 

Wilcox & Follett $ 4 29 



4 


95 


1 


81 


12 


00 



Allyn and Bacon 


20 49 


Ginn and Co. 


62 35 


Lyons and Carnahan 


22 04 


Houghton Mifflin 


64 70 


American Book Co. 


147 53 


Scott, Foresman Co. 


126 51 


Mainco School Supply 


506 44 


Tri State Office Equipment 


49 11 


Doubleday & Co. 


1 97 


Gledhill Bros. 


3 50 


McCormack-Mathers 


2 59 


G. J. Longland 


1 00 


Harmar Co. 


9 75 


Milton Bradley Co. 


11 24 


Hayes School Publishing 


2 59 


F. A. Owen 


1 50 


A. B. Rider Associates 


3 61 


Row, Peterson 


77 


J. L. Hammett 


14 53 


American Education Publications 


46 95 



Supplies and Other Expenses 

Western Auto Associate Store $11 63 
Dance Record Center 4 00 



1891 58 



$1,103 46 



$15 63 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS ^ 1961 81 

OPERATION OF SCHOOL PLANT 

Salary of Janitor 

Ernest Berry $2,889 64 

Treas. State of N. H. S/S tax 89 44 



$2,979 08 

Fuel or Heat 

Ossipee Oil Co. $1,973 50 

Water, Lights, Supplies and Expenses 

Public Service Co. of N. H. $610 20 

Ossipee Water Co. 

H. F. Nelson & Son 

J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co. 

Brocky's Inc. 

Alfred J. Gagne 

Moulton's Store 

Lafayette Laboratories 

Clayt's Super Market 

J. L. Hammett 

$1,627 26 
MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOL PLANT 

Repairs and Replacements 

Willard Stockbridge $421 00 

H. F. Nelson & Son 861 45 

Wendell Thompson 283 25 

Harry Wormstead 191 75 

Beckley-Cardy Co. 4 15 

Cascade Paper Co. 52 28 

J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co. 85 00 

Benjamin Kennard 10 40 

Milton Bradley Co. 6 43 



106 


52 


147 


16 


518 


11 


11 


76 


84 


00 


117 


36 


10 


13 


2 


88 


19 


14 



82 1961 — ANNUAL REPORfTS — 1961 



Mainco School Supply 


13 13 


Ossipee Oil Co. 


33 11 


A. H. Rice Co. 


9 50 


Harry Beane 


4 75 


Earl T. Morrow 


26 48 



AUXILIARY ACTIVITIES 

Health Supervision 

Gertrude Dale, R. N. $866 50 

Dr. Dube, physical exams. 50 00 

Ossipee Pharmacy 18 54 

Frances Davis, transportation 7 50 

Director Internal Rev. W/H tax 180 50 

Treas. State of N. H. S/S Tax 34 50 



Transportation 

High School 

Lav^rence Haney $2,277 98 

Lawrence Welch 2,254 25 

John Davis 550 00 

Sadie Loring 612 00 

Harold White 360 00 

Conway Service Center 329 64 

Henry Robinson, Inc. 142 36 

Eldridge & Johnson 439 49 

Chet's Service Station 590 77 

Rines Garage 340 42 

Ossipee Oil Co. 448 81 

Tamworth Oil Co. 153 55 

David Baker 3 00 

Hosmers Store 39 95 

Dave's Cities Service 66 76 



$2,002 68 



,209 44 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTTS — 1961 83 

Fred Banfill 9 79 

John Currier 100 00 

Director of Internal Rev. W/H tax 41 10 
Social Security tax 141 57 

$8,901 44 



i 
Transportation 




Elementary- 




Fred Banfill 


$2,400 00 


Frances Davis 


1,800 00 


Lloyd McDuff ee 


2,800 00 


Harold White 


1,661 25 


John Davis 


6 00 


Tuition 




High School 




Brewster Academy 


$7,920 00 


Quimby School 


1,331 96 


Conway School District 


14,911 35 



$8,667 25 



$24,163 31 



Special Activities and Special Funds 

Elementary 

Clark-Harris Athletic Outfitters $180 65 

Hugh O'Connor 110 16 

Brocky's Inc. 15 85 

E. W. Hussey 30 50 

Edwards & Walker 27 54 



$364 70 



FIXED CHARGES 

Retirement 

Supervisory Union $ 94 26 

N. H. Dept. Public Welfare OASI 5 14 



84 1961 — ANlNUiAL REPORTS — 1961 

Treas. State of N. H. S/S tax 892 45 
Teachers Retirement System 1,81'6 54 



$2,808 39 
Insurance & Treas. Bonds 

Ossipee Insurance Co. $1,151 87 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 



$ 45 00 



Additions & Improvements 




Benjamin Kennard 




New Equipment 




Cascade School Supply 


$267 74 


J. L. Hammett 


46 60 


Hub Distributors 


165 10 


Robert Trask 


10 36 


Larry Smart 


17 10 


Merland Davis 


45 00 


H. F. Nelson & Son 


194 00 



$745 90 
School Lunch and Milk Program $2,592 79 



Total Net Expenditures for all Purposes $102,641 50 
Cash on Hand June 30, 1961 3,511 09 



GRAND TOTAL $106,152 59 



NOTICE 



There will be a special school district meeting on 
Saturday, May 12, 1962 for the purpose of voting on 
the proposed cooperative school. Reports of the study 
will be available prior to the special meeting. 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1861 85 

BALANCE SHEET 

June 30, 1961 

■ ASSETS 

Cash on Hand June 30, 1961 
Accounts Due to District (from town) 

Total Assets 

LIABILITIES 

Teachers' Salaries & Social Security- 
Kitchen Equipment 
New Equipment Library 
Rubbish Removal 
Carroll County Independent 
School Bus, driver & expenses 
Light & Telephone 



$3,511 


09 


11,118 


42 


$14,629 


51 


$6,437 


32 


1,000 


00 


500 


00 


6 


00 


9 


15 


60 


43 


325 


00 



Total Liabilities $8,337 90 

Surplus (Excess of Assets Over Liabilities) 6,291 61 



GRAND TOTAL $14,629 51 



86 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER 

For the Fiscal Year July 1, 1960 to June 30, 1961 

SUMMARY 

Cash on Hand July 1, 1960 (Treasurer's 

bank balance) 
Received from Selectmen 

Current Appropriation 
Received from State Treasurer 

State Funds 

Gas Tax Refund 

Noon Lunch 
Received from tuitions 
Tuition Refund 
Received from all other Sources 

Less bank charges 

$94,730 86 
Total amount available for fiscal year 106,152 04 

Less School Board orders paid 102,640 95 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1961 (Treasurer's 

bank balance) 3,511 09 

VIOLET B. SAWYER 

District Treasurer 
June 30, 1961 





$11,421 


18 


$91,000 00 




376 


37 




1,151 


11 




1,000 


00 




732 


00 




IS 471 


93 




$94,731 


41 
55 





AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined the books, 
vouchers, bank statements and other financial records 
of the treasurer of the school district of Ossipee of 
which the above is a true summary for the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1961 and find them correct in all 
respects. 

JOHN M. WOOD 
HARVEY EMERSON 
Jan. 24, 1962 Auditors 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 87 

STATISTICAL REPORT — 1960-61 

Ossipee 

Number of weeks in school year 38 

Number of half-days in session 360 

Total number of different pupils enrolled 201 

Boys 104 Girls 97 
Average daily membership 193.1 

Percent of attendance 187.7 

Average number of tardinesses .5 

Number of pupils transported at district expense 173.1 

Elem. 109.2 High School 63.9 
Number of school board meetings 16 

Number of school visits by superintendent 256 

Perfect Attendance 

Lillian Griffin 

Laura M. Kennard 

Sandra Buswell 

Steven Monroe 

Helen Loring 

Elwin Stillings 

Guy Eldridge 



88 1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 

SUPERVISORY UNION NO. 36 

Financial Report 
1960-1961 

RECEIPTS 

Cash on Hand July 1, 1960 $ 739 01 

Received during year 11,648 62 









$12,379 


63 




EXPENSES 








Union Secretary Salary 


2,600 


00 




Superintendent's 


Salary 


4,850 


00 




Superintendent's 


Travel 


1,200 


00 




Union Treasurer Salary 


50 


00 




Union Auditor 




10 


00 




Office Expenses 




682 


14 




Educational Aids 




275 


35 




Workshop 




33 


45 




Retirement 




324 


63 




Moving Office 




25 


00 




New Equipment 




189 


49 










$10,240 


06 








2,139 


57 



Cash on Hand June 30, 1961 $12,379 63 

The State's share of the superintendent's salary 
for Supervisory Union No. 36 was $3,500.00. The 
shares of the various districts were as follows: Brook- 
field $111.55; Effingham $337.56; Freedom $431.36; 
Madison $500.03; Middleton $56.75 Ossipee $1,250.33; 
Tamworth $1,002.50; Wakefield $1,245.48. 

The amount of per capita tax paid by each district 
is as follows: Brookfield $42.00; Effingham $166.00; 
Freedom $112.00; Madison $168.00; Middleton $138.00; 
Ossipee $516.00 ; Tamworth $512.00 ; Wakefield $554.00. 



1961 — ANNUAL REPORTS — 196a 89 

COMMUNITY HOUSE ACCOUNT 
April 15, 1960 to December 31, 1961 

I RECEIPTS 



Douglas Thurston, Rent 


$390 


00 


Clara Brownell, Rent 


425 


00 


Supervisory Union, Rent 


420 


00 


Parker Merrow, Trustee 


629 


82 






$1,864 82 


EXPENDITURES 




Public Service Co. 


1121 


18 


H. F. Nelson & Son 


215 


41 


Ossipee Water Co. 


49 


50 


Lawrence Kirkwood 


177 


50 


Willard Stockbridge 


88 


36 


Brocky*s Inc. 


12 


80 


Owen Copp 


8 


00 


Dube & Murphy 


16 


73 


Douglas Thurston 


25 


00 


H. E. Wormstead 


21 


74 


R. A. Lamprey 


20 


00 


Ossipee Insurance Agency 


34 


05 


Register of Deeds 


2 


04 


Overhead Door Co. 


102 


09 


Money Order Fees 




30 






$844 70 



Cash on Hand December 31, 1961 $1,020 12 



90 



1961 



ANNUAL REPORTS — 1961 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan. — 





SCHOOL a 


E^LENDAR 












1962-1963 








FIRST QUARTER 




Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri 


Men Tues Wed Thurs Fri 


THIRD QUAR'l'ER 










7 


Jan. 28 29 


30 


31 


1 


10 


11 12 


13 


14 


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6 


7 


8 


17 


18 19 


20 


21 


11 12 


13 


14 


15 


24 


25 26 


27 


28 


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A T I 


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1 


2 3 


4 


5 


25 26 


27 


28 


1 


8 


9 10 


11 




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6 


7 


8 


15 


16 17 


18 


19 


11 12 


13 


14 


15 


22 


23 24 


25 




18 19 


20 


21 


22 


29 


30 31 


1 


2 


25 26 


27 


28 


29 


5 


6 7 


8 


9 


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3 


4 


5 






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8 9 


10 


11 


12 














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12 


13 14 


15 


16 


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19 


20 21 






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17 


18 


19 


26 


27 28 


29 


30 


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3 


4 5 


6 


7 


29 30 


1 


2 


3 


10 


11 12 


13 


14 


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8 


9 


10 


17 


18 19 


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21 


13 14 


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17 


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20 21 


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23 


24 




2 


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4 


27 28 


29 






7 


8 9 


10 


11 


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5 


6 


7 


14 


15 16 


17 


18 


10 11 


12 


13 


14 


21 


22 23 


24 


25 


17 18 


19 


20 


21 






46 days 






43 days 


Total Sessions 366 




Total Days 183 










DAYS 


OUT 








October 12 






Columbus Day 






October 26 






NHEA Convention 






November 22 


& 23 




Thanksgiving 






May 30 & 31 






Memorial Day 







This calendar follows the Conway Calendar except for 
April 12, Good Friday which Conway will take. Union No. 
36 will take October 12th instead. Union No. 36 will start 
school on Friday, Sept. 7th (Conway on Thurs. the 6th) 
Sept. 4th Union No. 36 Teachers meeting. Sept. 5th and 6th 
Teachers Workshop. Union No. 36 teachers will work 186 
days. 



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